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KCSMMHZ
Dec 15, 2012 8:00am PST
without borders say somalia, syria and mexico are currently the most dangerous places for journalists. now we meet ana lilia perez, a mexican reporter and writer who found out first-hand that corruption, and not the drug cartels, is the biggest problem in mexico. we caught up with her here in germany. >> taking a walk without a bullet-proof vest -- that's been a liberating feeling for ana lilia pÉrez in the six months she's been in hamburg. at home in mexico she spent the past few years protected by bodyguards to ward off murderous attacks. >> it makes a huge difference to be living in one of the safest countries in the world -- a country where it's not normal to see people being gunned down on the street or where armed groups take over entire villages. this is very positive for me because it helps me realize that the things going on in my country are not normal and that mexicans shouldn't accept that situation as normal. >> the journalist was only 20 when she first made a name for herself as an investigative reporter for daily and weekly newspapers. she's convinced her work can bring abo
KCSMMHZ
Dec 14, 2012 5:30pm PST
. >>> european union leaders have agreed to consider all options to help syria's opposition forced oust president assad. adopting a statement on syria on friday, the statement says the eu is appalled by the deteriorating situation. >> for a real political process to take place. the european council remains actively engaged and asks the foreign affairs council to look -- i'm quoting, at all options to support and -- >> the eu has been increasing sanctions on the assad administration since may of last year. the measures include bans on oil imports from syria and transactions with the country's central bank. at the meeting earlier this week, eu foreign ministers agreed to recognize the opposition syrian national coalition as a legitimate representative of the syrian people and rally support for the group. >>> leaders in japan and china are engaged in a despite over islands in the east chinese sea. the chinese are taking a new tactic in their efforts to press their claim. they told united nations officials their country extending far enough under the sea to encompass the islands. officials with china
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